Raymond Leuser shot his son after the younger man swiped three glasses’ worth of the Smirnoff vodka and replaced it with water, prosecutors said.
Raymond Leuser III, 48, was taken into custody after the shooting and charged with a felony count of attempted first-degree murder.
Sources told the Chicago Sun-Times that the suspect is an officer with the Indian Head Police Department and the victim is his son.
The accuser, now middle-aged, contacted Lake Forest police in October 2016 to report he was under age 18 when he had sexual contact with Levine.
The plan will next be sent to the Chicago Department of Aviation. Upon approval, it would be sent to the FAA.
“The new ownership structure will give DeVry University the flexibility to further pursue its growth strategy and academic goals,” Lisa Wardell said.
A Cook County judge was forced into retirement Friday, a year after she let a law clerk put on her judicial robes and preside over several cases.
By Friday, most of them — more than 60 — had been rescued with 20 or so still flying around the North Side neighborhood. Others weren’t so lucky.
The chief concern, according to those taking part in the scheduled two-day strike, was job stability for union members.
The Chicago Tribune reports that two officers at the scene of a 2014 police shooting changed their stories after seeing video footage.
The suit alleges Uber violated state law and the Chicago municipal code when it concealed the hack for more than a year.
The city and its leaders have faced a tidal wave of criticism, and Chicago has seen and imposed wholesale changes.
“Nothing in the record suggests that the City had any intention of complying with the subpoena,” a federal judge determined earlier this year.
Neighbors complain of loud music being played into the wee hours, as well as drunken patrons fighting and urinating in alleys.
Attorneys for Rutherford and Edmund Michalowski, a former staffer, agreed to the dismissal without prejudice, according to a federal court filing.